I've been fortunate enough to meet some interesting and influential automotive icons in my time with Car Craft, Hot Rod, and Chevy High Performance magazines. One of these men was Vince Piggins. He is often considered the father of the ’67 Z/28 because he pushed to have the car built so Chevrolet could homologate a car that could compete in SCCA Trans-Am racing. I was searching through an old file the other day and ran across this faded, Scotch-taped copy of a ’68 Z/28 Camaro sales pamphlet. By itself, this Xerox is not that important except that I remember sitting in Vince Piggins' office in 1980 talking about the origins of my ’67 Z/28 Camaro. He pulled this copy out of his desk and gave it to me. If I had been thinking, I would have had him autograph it, but it never occurred to me to do so until after I had returned home. This means I have no way of proving he gave it to me. It still makes for a good story.